The Crisis of Civilization

The Crisis of Civilization

The Crisis Civilization is a documentary feature film investigating how global crises like ecological disaster, financial meltdown, dwindling oil reserves, terrorism and food shortages are ...

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Honie J (ru) wrote: I think it could of been better.

Ford P (ca) wrote: Beyond Bad. Far beyond. F. Prefect

Michael G (fr) wrote: I love this movie. It has a great blend of humour, sport action and even a bit of history to create a very good film experience.

David V (es) wrote: This movie will make you shit your pants. If I showed you the first ten minutes, then the last ten minutes, you would think it was two different movies but with the same actors. It opens like a cute romantic comedy but eventually becomes a thriller so intense, you'll feel sick to your stomach. Great B-picture. Remember riding the bus to Lakeside Cinema by myself to see it.

Carlos M (es) wrote: Robin Williams is excellent, making the most of his improvisation skills and ad-libbing every one of those funny broadcasts (though his frenetic sense of humor may not be for everyone), and it is a great thing that the movie has a lot of heart and understands the complexity of that conflict.

Ian C (ca) wrote: The rematch. This fight makes 'The Thriller in Manilla' look like a catfish with two toothless simpletons on the Jeremy Kyle Show. Emotional stuff. That scene with the chase up the steps of the museum of art in Philadelphia goes up a notch.

Kristy V (nl) wrote: This movie is pretty cheesy. I love Irene Dunne and Rex Harrison but its so cheesy. Rex Harrison is funny trying to be the King of Siam. Linda Darnell as one of his wives is kinda silly too. Irene Dunne does give a good performance though. Just stick with the musical The King and I.

Brad K (fr) wrote: wow what a bad movie

Todd S (jp) wrote: Memory is one of the best direct-to-video/b-movies I have ever seen. How a small production company gets a cast like this is beyond me, but this was just a great movie! Billy Zane is a guy with a clouded past, who decides to use an experimental drug to restore his memory. Only to vividly remember a murder he witnessed, but was it his memory or someone else's? I don't like Zane one bit, but in this movie, he's pure genius. What was really striking about this film, (especially since it's a low budget b-movie), was the imagery. Everything is so vibrate and methodically done. First time director, Bennett Davlin, really has you sitting on the edge of your seat. It really feels like you're alongside Zane, seeing what he sees. As for the ending, I never saw it coming. I've seen a lot of films, and you've got to have a pretty good story to surprise me! It's a film you've never heard of and won't see in theaters, but it's defiantly one that shouldn't be missed.